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Knife Collection

Knives are the single-edged cousin to the dagger.  Historically knives had a utilitarian purpose, filling needs such as hunting, camp work, and cutting. They could be used for protection if a sword or axe was unavailable. They have evolved into complex weapons that can be easily concealed.

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Royal Stag Seax

#404552
This massive Seax is 21-1/2" long and has a high carbon steel blade engraved with a beautifully rendered Norwegian interlace. The cylindrical, solid brass guard has a Nordic motif and the handle is Sambar Stag crown. The leather sheath has brass trim adorned with filigree and 2 brass lashing rings. This knife is expertly assembled in the US in our own shop.
$249.95

Voyager Scramasax

#404539
This Voyager Scramasax has a hand-forged 1075 high carbon steel blade with a straight cutting edge for precise control. The carved bone handle features hand-cut cross-hatching with black stain. The dark brown leather sheath is embossed with interlaced ringlets and bands and brass hardware with an aged finish. The reinforcing bands near the throat have two rings for threading cord or leather to attach the sheath to a belt or sash.
$79.95

Huntsman's Hadseax

#404538
This Norse knife would have been perfect for everything from slitting hides to eating to cutting rope. The blade has a straight cutting edge for precise control and is hand forged from 1075 high carbon steel. The hardwood handle features hand-carved carved cross-hatched bone spacers with black stained grooves. The dark brown sheaths is attractively and expertly embossed with interlaced dragon designs on both sides.
$74.95

Shikoto Hammer-Forged Longquan Master Tanto

#404524
The katana themed tsuba and handle fittings on this Longquan Master Tanto are solid iron. The wooden handle has traditional cord wrapping over genuine, tea-dyed rayskin. A black lacquered and polished wooden scabbard with cord-wrapping houses the blade.
$206.99

Practical Plus Tanto

#403339
No Practical Plus set can be complete without the Practical Plus Tanto! Hand forged high carbon steel differentially hardened to HRC 60 on the edge and HRC 40 on the spine.
$189.95

Raptor Tanto

#403226
This Raptor Tanto is part of a collection designed to the specifications of cutting master James Williams. Forged of 5160 high-carbon steel and specially heat treated.
$196.95

Crusades Folder

#404502
This solid, liner lock for your next EDC crusade has a stiletto blade with one sharp edge and finger flip opening. The zinc alloy scales have a heroic Crusader Knight marching into battle. Includes pocket clip.
$7.95

"Iceman" Copper Age Fixed Blade Knife

#404438
Inspired by a knife found with the "Iceman" with a few modern updates, this knife has a hard wood handle with real copper wire wrap and leather neck sheath.
$49.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Runic Long Seax

An excellent short sword, whether its historically accurate or not.  I love mine and only need to make a slight adjustment to the scabbard to allow for proper belt attachment.
Reviewed by: Jason, November 08, 2020

Review of: Nordic Mora Fixed Blade Knife

I ordered this knife to be an addition to my pirate or Scottish Ren Fest garb, and I am not disappointed in the slightest. The knife and sheath are great and excellent quality for the price. A quick run on some sharpening steel and this thing is as fine as my best cheese knife. The small belt loop won't fit my pirate belt, but it's a great excuse to wear multiple belts when I go "full pirate" now.
My only real complaint - and it's incredibly minor! - is mine didn't come with the faux-fur-lined box. But honestly? I don't even know where I'd store the box if I had it. And I have an entire box already dedicated to my Ren Fest kit, so I don't even care.
It's a great little knife and fits perfectly with my "simpler is better" aesthetic for blades
Reviewed by: Stephen, October 23, 2020

Review of: Buffalo Rib Obsidian Blade Knife

Beautiful workmanship. nice display base. Great packaging and fast shipment
Reviewed by: richard, June 15, 2020

Review of: Runic Long Seax

This seax is awesome! Great fit, finish and balance. I couldn’t be happier! :)
Reviewed by: Paul, September 15, 2019

Review of: Texas Bowie Knife

It's a very large and excellent sharpened knife. It's very beautiful looking. The sheath is simple and fits well. The engraving is very nice though in an odd position.
Reviewed by: Royse, May 22, 2019

Review of: Runic Long Seax

Very nice Looking Weapon.  Very light.  Fit well with all my Windlass Viking armoury !
Reviewed by: Philippe, February 21, 2019

Review of: Runic Long Seax

This is the best battle-worthy replica of the famous Scramaseax that was pulled out of the Thames River in London. It's 2 foot blade ends in a long wickedly pointed tip The balance is great; it feels light in the hand. But, the exquisite sword-style hilt is entirely speculative and the sheath does not hang properly.
Reviewed by: Erik, January 24, 2019

Review of: Kraken Pocket Knife

A beautiful piece. It carries a fine edge. The action is is pretty stiff as many new folding knives are but is loosening up nicely and I oil and work it.A little larger than most it's great for everyday carry
Reviewed by: Lawrence, December 14, 2018

Review of: Runic Long Seax

This is a beautiful Seax, longer than most and marked with the Runic alphabet. The sheath is better than most from Windlass but still not the best. Very happy with this purchase!
Reviewed by: Mike, November 17, 2017

Review of: Runic Long Seax

This Seax is a real beauty and is a great addition to the weapons wall at my place. With that said the sheath is not great by any standards. But I say I will make my own with no real complaints. I really like this Seax so 5 Stars in a Z formation!!!
Reviewed by: michael, October 23, 2017